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R&D CELL PRESENTATION. CONTENTS NEED OF R&D CELL ABOUT US VISION AND MISSON R&D CELL OBJECTIVES R&D STRATEGIC PLAN RESEARCH AREAS OF INTEREST R&D MEMBERS.

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1 R&D CELL PRESENTATION

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3 CONTENTS NEED OF R&D CELL ABOUT US VISION AND MISSON R&D CELL OBJECTIVES R&D STRATEGIC PLAN RESEARCH AREAS OF INTEREST R&D MEMBERS RESOURCES AND INFRASTRUCTURE COLLABORATIVE BODIES WEB UPDATES R&D CELL COMMITTEES BASIC ACTIVITIES WORKSHOPS/CERTIFICATION AND TRAINING PROGRAMS PROJECT GUIDANCE RESEARCH GUIDANCE FUNDED PROJECTS INDUSTRY INTERFACE PRODUCT DEVELOPMENT R&D PROPOSALS AND CHALLENGES R&D CELL AMENITIES R&D MEMBERS RESPONSIBILITIES

4 NEED OF R&D CELL In these days, R&D becomes increasing important in order to overcome the unprecedented transition stage of current technologies, social needs and to succeed in meeting the requirements for the need of the hour. The ability to predict market needs, select and focus on research themes, keep relevant divisions working together as a team, and operate with flexibility and speed is of the highest importance. Due to these relationships, we can develop a comprehensive understanding of advanced market needs and can provide products that are de facto standards of excellence in the market. As a responsible engineer and technology-oriented people, we should intend to provide innovative products and leveraging solutions to enhance our national power by further developing our pioneering technologies.

5 ABOUT SPHOORTHY R&D CELL AND INNOVATIVE IDEA CLUB Sphoorthy Research & development Center and Innovative Idea club is actively engaging in Open Innovation through selective and deep research commitments. It operates by sharing resources, leveraging ideas to create vibrant innovation systems, multiply our efforts, enhance innovation speed and efficiency, and derive more value for our organization. In addition, the need of the hour is also to promote scientific research, to enhance the technical competence of our nation. So it aims to become a top center for learning and research, so that our organization can flourish as a place of knowledge.

6 VISION AND MISSION VISION: The Objective of the Sphoorthy Research & Development Center is to bridge the gap between the educational institutes and industries, research centers of the nation by empowering the students with the hands on experience in key technologies of current state of the art and research capabilities. MISSIOIN: The mission of the Sphoorthy Research & Development Center is to educate students in basic and advanced research areas to solve problems of society and to deliver solutions for various technology related issues, by forming collaborative relationships with Universities, industry and government for the benefit of the nation. And also supporting, encouraging and developing the research activities of staff and students in their pursuit of fresh insights, new knowledge and understanding.

7 R&D CELL OBJECTIVES Supporting and developing distinctive competencies of faculty members and students to build a new generation of researchers. To promote and disseminate a culture of innovation, creativity and development in various fields of science and human knowledge. Transferring and appropriating modern technology to fit with the local environment, for the purposes of national development. Linking research policies with goals of the University and needs of society through providing advice and addressing problems through Innovation and Research. To determine present and future Research community attitudes and aspirations, and to know well about current and anticipated problems in various sectors of the technology.

8 R&D STRATEGIC PLAN I. Developing ground realities/basic Knowledge Basic device/model operation and working principle Troubleshooting the device/model Printed circuit board development Learning Algorithms through simulations Learning Architecture development through experimentation

9 CONTINUED…. II. Basic/Fundamental Research Investigating new approaches/methods /algorithms/establishing new experimental procedures/Refining an existing technique/method/algorithm in an attempt of solving the current technology loop holes and characterization for performance evaluation Investigating new architecture /Refining an existing architecture towards a feasible solution and characterization for performance evaluation If not satisfactory :Back annotation to algorithm /architecture Patent level

10 CONTINUED…… III. Advanced research Proposing and finding a feasible and reliable solution from the basic research results through verification methods Validation and testing with already existing prototype model If not satisfactory :Back annotation to algorithm /architecture Patent level

11 CONTINUED…… IV. Development Developing the actual device/product prototype/test bed platform model Validation and testing at field level (about functional performance) If not satisfactory :Back annotation to algorithm/architecture Clearance of Regularity issues from agencies/authorities/bodies Patent level

12 CONTINUED……. V. Production and marketing Fabrication and time to market VI. Survey and feedback about the product If not satisfactory : Back annotation to advance research and development phases VII. Identifying the scope/limitations of the developed product VIII. Start again from basic research to solve the unfulfilled requirements

13 Structure of Research & Development Cycle

14 RESEARCH AREAS OF INTEREST Wireless communication and sensor networks Signal processing Bio-informatics Robotics VLSI Embedded systems Optoelectronics Material science Artificial Intelligence Neural Networks Mechatronics Wireless Security Computer architecture and Database management And many more,………

15 R&D MEMBERS FACULTY J.DEEPTHI (CSE) D.KISHORE (ECE) G. SIREESHA (IT) K.JAGANMOHAN RAO (H&S) K.JAISHEEL KUMAR (MECHANICAL) M.RAMARAO (MBA) P.BADRAIAH (H&S)

16 R&D MEMBERS STUDENTS SAURAB GOUR SRAVAN P.V.S TEJESWAR KLS SOWJANYA G. ABHINAYBABU RAKESH NIRANJAN G.SANDEEP ADARSH SINGH SNEHA K.PRIYANKA ABHINAV K.KALPANA K.SARTH RAM PRANAY

17 RESOURCES

18 CONTINUED Training Kit boards Robo gadgets

19 COLLABORATIVE BODIES ROBOTICS CLUB SPIRIT SOULS SPACE SAVYASACHI CSI ASSET ISTE

20 WEB UPDATES R&D WEBSITE http://www.wix.com/csemasterminds/rd Developers SAURAB GOUR G. ABHINAYBABU ADARSH SINGH Company Support B.PARTHESWAR :WEB DEVELOPER (RAOSAM INFOTECH, BANJARAHILLS)

21 R&D CELL COMMITTEES

22 BASIC ACTIVITIES Achieved : Gadget expo ii) Research Posters iii) Robotics expo Commencing : College Radio ii) Walkie talkie iii) Armed robo (pick & place) iv) Legged Robo v) Wireless robo (Mobile control)

23 WORKSHOPS/CERTIFICATION AND TRAINING PROGRAMS ORCAD – PCB Schematic design Robotics workshop: Basic and advanced MATLAB GUI and advanced signal Processing workshop

24 PROJECT GUIDANCE

25 RESEARCH GUIDANCE Paper Publishing for conferences/journals 1.Application of AES-128 CBC in WSNs International Journal of Computer Information Systems, Vol. 3, No. 3, 2011 2. Performance Evaluation of On Demand Routing Protocols AODV and Modified AODV (R-AODV) in MANETS IEEE Transactions on Wireless Communications, vol. 6, No. 2, 2011.

26 FUNDED PROJECTS Status : So far Not Achieved Future course of action: can achieve UGC,DST, AICTE projects

27 INDUSTRY INTERFACE AMD RCI

28 PRODUCT DEVELOPMENT Solar panel A Novel windmill Lie detector

29 R&D PROPOSALS AND CHALLENGES PATENT LEVEL Brain chip design Advanced Mobile Protection Solar power generation

30 R&D CELL AMENITIES

31 R&D MEMBERS RESPONSIBILITIES

32 THANK YOU

33 SUGGESTIONS ???


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